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Wednesday May 25th, 2016 5:01PM

NGTC plans receptions for new president

By Staff
CLARKESVILLE - Alumni and friends of North Georgia Technical College (NGTC) are invited to attend one of three special receptions planned to honor the school's new president, Dr. Gail Thaxton.

Hosted by NGTC's Board of Directors, Board of Trustees and Alumni Board, the receptions will run from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. on July 23 on the Blairsville Campus, July 24 on the Currahee Campus and July 26 on the Clarkesville Campus.

In addition, a ribbon cutting for the newly renovated Hoyt Coe Building will coincide with the reception on the Clarkesville Campus.

For more information on the receptions or the Hoyt Coe Building Ribbon Cutting, contact Jeannie Barrett at 706-754-7702 or jbarrett@northgatech.edu.
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